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Hi Experts,

I have a solution in VS 2008, which contains many projects. One of these projects is a mobile app and another a website. When I select the website as the default project and run to debug, VS2008 still asks me where I want to deploy the mobile app.
Is there a way of running the website in debug with out the mobile app compiling and deploying...

I know I could just open the website alone, but I don't want to.

There are no depandancies between the two projects.
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You can use the Configuration Manager in the Build menu to change the actions taken when your solution is built (which should be occurring when you try to run/debug your solution). Just uncheck the build checkbox for your mobile application. You can still manually build it by right clicking on the project file and selecting Build.
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Hi,

Did you try unchecking the project in Configuration Manager? Go to Build/Configuration Manager and uncheck the projects you don't want compiled for both Release and Debug compile options.

Hope that helps,

NY
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Thank you both :)
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